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Foundation Degree: Nottingham Law School and New College Nottingham's articled foundation degree in law is the latest in a series of moves aiming to improve access to the legal profession and boost diversity among applicants. John Tingle reports
Nottingham Law School, a part of Nottingham Trent University, and New College, Nottingham, have together just made legal education history by becoming the first educational institutions, jointly, to be validated by the Joint Academic Stage Board (JASB) of the Bar and the Law Society to run in partnership an ‘articulated foundation degree’.
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